last night over on StampTV Gina K Designs release a brand new kit called the Boho Flowers Mini Kit. I was lucky enough to receive this kit a little bit earlier so I could make another 5 Cards, 1 Stamp video for StampTV to inspire you to use this stamp set. At the moment, I’m in Europe so my video background may be a little bit different and I am using limited supplies so these cards are great ideas for “quick cards on the go” or for beginner cardmakers.
Boho Flowers Mini Kit contains:
Boho Flowers Stamp Set (6×8) Coordinating Dies 6 White Envelopes 6 White Card Bases 6 half sheets of cardstock in Lovely Lavender, Jelly Bean Green, and Ocean Mist 4 half sheets of white layering cardstock 4 half sheets of black cardstock 1 Thermoweb Tape Runner
Don’t forget to check out Gina’s Release Party Video for additional ideas!
Gina has several other new items as a part of the new release!
I love Gina K Inks! They are so wonderfully juicy can come in a good range of colours. Best of all – they all have coordinating cardstock. So for all the colours that come in this kit, you can add on their full size or mini ink pads!
I can never resist a good butterfly stamp! Can you? I just love stamping them because their detail and beauty speak for themselves. This clean and simple card, features the butterfly stamp from the kit stamped in multiple colours. I layered the sentiment from the same stamp set overtop.
I love the elegance of black and white cards. These cards, although similar, are quite different. For the first card, I created a simple background using a variety of the stamp from the kit. It’s like making your own coordinating patterned paper! I then stamped some of the stamps and die cut them. I layered them overtop of the existing stamps to add some dimension to the card. For the card on the right, I created a cluster of stamps that looks so classy. I don’t know which is my favourite!
Check out what that added dimension does to your card! It makes everything pop! You can also add a little but of colour to make everything pop using sequins or Nuvo drops but I decided to keep things simple.
This last card is a bit of a MISTI technique, so you will have to watch the video to see how it is done. I essentially stamped the exact same background on Ocean Mist and White cardstock. I die cut the centre using a stitched rectangle die from me stash and interchanged the borders. They line of perfectly!
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